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== About ==
 
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Zach Oglesby is a database administrator who currently works with PostgreSQL.
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Zach Oglesby is the current Docs Project Leader and a database administrator who works with large PostgreSQL databases.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:27, 1 September 2011

Zach Oglesby
Zach Oglesby
Personal Information
Birthday: July 7
Birthplace:
Home: Baltimore, MD
Fedora Information
FAS name: zoglesby
Fedora email: zoglesby@fedoraproject.org
IRC nick: zoglesby
IRC channels: #fedora-docs, #fedora-haskell, #xmonad, #haskell
Fedorapeople page: http://zoglesby.fedorapeople.org
Miscellaneous Information
Private email:
GPG key: F20C4707
Homepage: http://zach.oglesby.co
Jabber: zoglesby@jabber.org
RHCE Certificate: {{{rhce-cert}}}
RHCT Certificate: {{{rhct-cert}}}
Gtalk: oglesbyzm@gmail.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/{{{twitteruser}}}

Contents

About

Zach Oglesby is the current Docs Project Leader and a database administrator who works with large PostgreSQL databases.

Docs

I started with Fedora as a docs guy and that is were I will most likely devote the majority of my time. I am responsible for the Multimedia Beat, and bugs that you file against Readme Burning Iso get sent to me. You can almost always find me in #fedora-docs if you have docs questions for me.

QA

I am also orgnizing the docs projects initivate to have a more formal QA process. If you would like to get invloved please check out the Docs QA page.

Packaging

I just recently started to package to help with the Haskell SIG, I have a few packages in review, and I am currently the owner of the following:

Package-x-generic-16.pngghc-utf8-string

Package-x-generic-16.pngghc-X11-xft

Haskell SIG

I use Xmonad and Haskell every day, so when I noticed that Fedora needed help in this area I started to help out. I am currently packaging haskell libraries, and in the long term I would like to work more on the Haskell Spin, and maybe even a Xmonad (without Gnome) spin.